Anna Rebmann is a Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship at King’s Business School. Her research is focused on comparative entrepreneurship – how institutions and culture impact on commercial and social entrepreneurs and firm growth and more recently how social entrepreneurs influence their local environments and create impact. She is also does research on entrepreneurship education and incubation.
Anna’s research has been funded by the British Academy, Enterprise Educators UK, the Swiss Development Agency and the Global Development Network. She has won best paper awards from Academy of Management, The Journal of Small Business Management Award for the topic of Public Policy, and the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Anna is a fellow of the HEA.
Anna was a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Aston University before joining King’s Business School. She received her PhD and MRes from UCL and her BA from King’s College London.